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  • Started by Abigail Wurdeman
    Last reply by Alison Strobel Morrow
    I have been hired by three women draw up a query letter for a novel they all wrote together. This is my first experience with multiple authors, and in my research, I'v...
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  • I recently bought 2 books, both by local authors, at a crafts store. The store represents 100 local potters, painters, jewelry makers, etc, so the books are just an extension of its original purpose. When I take my book in, I'm going to try to wrangle some front window space.
  • K - I immediately thought of the following post when I read your few starting sentences in your discussion, so thought I'd share it with you. Perhaps it will help answ...

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  • Aimee Liu posted a status
    “Fiction is the art form of human yearning.” – Robert Olen Butler “We are living...Chief?) – does little to quell its effect on my psyche. I’m in fight-or-flight mode all the time, feeling angry a...

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  • I like African literature, too. Have you read any of Adichie's books? I understand what you are saying about being pigeonholed. I would stay pure to what represents you as an author. Write what you feel compelled to write.
  • It's cool that most of the comments seem to be giving a thumbs-up to both mediums. I agree on this point as well. I love my Kindle for traveling, and for reading manus...
  • Loved that 'roundabout' ...what a true treat! The other swing however is one where readers, not memoirists such as yourself, must get their arms (& eyes) around wh...